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Years of Experience
ProfileLegal Assistant/Paralegal The candidate will be performing various clerical and routine paralegal and support tasks, including docketing cases, preparing routine and non-routine pleadings, verifying and reconciling information for pleadings, and providing a point of contact for clients and courts. Review file management software on a daily basis to check steps and work assigned matters accordingly. Respond to client and court requests for status or information in a professional, courteous, and prompt manner. Coordinate appearances by local attorneys and assemble necessary documentation for the hearings. Maintain court calendars. Contact courts on various matters.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have an Associate degree in related field, or combination of equivalent education and experience. Paralegal certification preferred. 2 + years of customer service experience required. 2+ year of general office experience. Basic knowledge of legal and court concepts, such as rules of civil procedure. Must have advanced computer skills and have prior office experience. Must be comfortable learning new systems, using file management software and working in multiple systems. Must also have a stable work history and a motivation and drive to succeed. Will be required to pass pre-employment drug-screening, credit and criminal background checks, and education / credential verification.
Job ID: 42535783.
Kozeny & McCubbin, L.C.
4220 Shawnee Mission Parkway
Fairway, KS 66205
Former Employee - Reviewed on September 18, 2017
Start figuring out why there is so much hostility between people in different ranks of the firm. People will not take appropriate risks or give maximum effort if they feel like they might be punished for acting how they thought was best, based on what they knew and the guidance they had at that time.Pros : There is a decent work-life balance with an acceptable salary, considering the area and the amount of hours you'd work. I mostly got along with those at a similar level in the corporate hierarchy and felt like some had valuable things to teach me.